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Hands-On: Attendee View

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    Hands-On, Attendee View with Addison Berry.
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    ADDISON BERRY: The last piece to the puzzle for our site
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    is creating a list of those attendees on our event.
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    It's great that people can mark whether they're attending or not.
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    But we still need to have that list for the organizer
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    to know, well, how many people are coming?
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    And who are they?
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    So in this lesson, we're going to create a new view using our flag
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    information to give us that list.
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    In the process of creating this view,

Hands-On: Attendee View


We now have events and people can mark if they are going or not, and the final piece to wrap this project up is to get a list of those attendees for an event. We're going to use Views again to handle this for us. In this lesson we're going to create a new View for attendees, and using relationships and contextual filters, we'll make sure it only lists the attendees for a specific event. With that in place, we'll add the view as a tab to the Event nodes so you can quickly and easily see who is attending that event as you navigate through the content.